The Orange Tree

Recommended in Alistair Sawday’s ‘Special Places to Stay,’ The Orange Tree provides Bed and Breakfast accommodation.

Six family-friendly and dog-friendly en suite rooms are decorated to a deluxe standard and are located in a courtyard annexe. Travel cots are available on request, and one special family suite has a separate room with bunk beds for added privacy.

The Old Bakery Annexe now also provides four individually decorated and themed en suite rooms rooms; the Bloomer suite is ideal for couples; while a double bedroom features a children’s room and exclusive use of the large conservatory.

The pub, voted Dining Pub of the Year in the Good Pub Guide for the last three years, serves locally sourced produce from regularly changing menus and holds two AA rosettes for fine dining, while the chef was voted Great British Seafood Pub Chef of the Year 2010. A pleasant al fresco dining area is available and a children’s playground is in the garden.

Thornham is a village of charming cottages with a secluded beach that was once a favourite destination for smugglers. The marshes etched by veins of saltwater are a popular destination for walkers, artists and photographers, with the Boat House and Thornham Stumps being oft-depicted scenes.

The many delights of the stunning Heritage Coast can be easily accessed by road and the Norfolk Coast Path. Coastal golf in the fishing village of Brancaster is within a stroll, as is the RSPB sanctuary at Titchwell Marsh.

To the east the Blue Flag traditional resort town of Hunstanton is a short drive.

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Principal Contact:
Mark and Jo Goode
+44 (0)1485 512213


The Orange Tree
High Street
PE36 6LY

52.959475 0.582276

The Orange Tree

Selected Features

  • Double Room from: £80
  • Number of Rooms: 10
  • AA two rosette restaurant
  • Children welcome
  • Children's play area
  • Family suites with separate rooms
  • Picnic hampers available
  • Dogs welcome

Nearby Attractions

Eating Out


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